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Name: Leon


Vessel's name: LEON (ex SUN ACAPULCO)
Call sign: V7NF2 IMO No: 9303871
MMSI: 538007451
Type: Bulk carrier Built: OSHIMA SHIPBUILDING CO LTD / year 2006 Flag: Marshall Island
Class: NKK Class notation: NS*, (Bulk Carrier, strenghthened for Heavy Cargoes, Nos 2&4 Holds may be empty) (ESP), MNS*
Deadweight Draft TPC
-Summer 55.730 MT 12.502 m moulded draft 56.01 MT. -Tropical 57.187 MT 12.762 m moulded draft 56.07 MT.
-Winter 54274 MT 12.242 m moulded draft 55.93 MT.
-DSPL all told @39ft 6 in SG 0.9954 : abt 51.381 MT
-FWA at summer draft : 285mm
-LOA/LBP : 189.99 m. / 185.79 m Breadth (moulded) : 32.26 m. Depth (moulded) : 17.62 m
GT : 30.707 / NT : 18.492
Suez Canal Gross (SCGT): 31897 Net (SCNT): 29115
Main engine: Mitsui-MAN B&W 6S50 MC-C @ MCR 8208 kW
Speed/Consumption at Sea:
Ballast: abt 14.50 knots on about 31.0 MT HFO (380) including auxiliaries + 0.1mts LSMGO
Laden: abt 14.00 knots on about 31.0 MT HFO (380) including auxiliaries + 0.1mts LSMGO
Eco without guarantee
Laden: abt 12.50 knots on abt 24.5 MT HFO (380) including auxiliaries + 0.1mts LSMGO
Ballast: abt 13.00 knots on abt 24.5 MT HFO (380) including auxiliaries + 0.1mts LSMGO
Super Eco without guarantee
Laden: abt 12.00 knots on abt 22.5 MT HFO (380) including auxiliaries + 0.1mts LSMGO
Ballast: abt 12.50 knots on abt 22.5 MT HFO (380) including auxiliaries + 0.1mts LSMGO
***Vessel burns ULSMGO when maneuvering in confined waters , for incinerator and for starting Diesel Generators or during Low Diesel Generators load.
Speed consumption figures based on summer draft (for laden condition), ekeel, under good weather conditions up to max Beaufort Force 4 and/or Douglas Sea State 3 with wave or swell height up to 1.25mtrs and no adverse influence of currents/swell.
It is explicitly understood that, notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein, no warranty applies to condition exceeding b4 and dss 3, currents, sea buoy to sea buoy on voyages less than 48hrs and 24hrs after cosp/prior eosp excluding canals, arrow/restricted/tidal affected waters and due to reasons of safety, or poor visibility, or ballast exchange etc., periods when the speed is reduced due to chrtrs' instructions.
For the purpose of evaluating vessel's performance under this charter party it is agreed that all the days where the weather exceed Beaufort force 4 and/or Douglas sea state 3 (wave or swell height up to 1.25mtrs) and adverse influence of currents are expressly excluded from the calculations.
The speed and consumption so described is on an average basis taken over the entire charter period, including ballast voyages provided no bottom fouling due to immobilization for 14 or more days in port(s) or anchorage(s) Vessel has the liberty of steaming at slow speed or stop/being idle for the purposes of ballast exchange or ballast/deballast of Hold#3 if required. Cost of ballast treatment if required and any loss of speed / time to be for Charterers account.
Consumption in Port: -Idle : abt 2.30 MT IFO 380 CST + about 0.50 MT MGO -Working: abt 5.00 MT IFO 380 CST + about 0.50 MT MGO (basis 24 Hrs Working)
Charterers undertake to supply only fuel and diesel/gasoil complying with current ISO specifications at the time of supply. IFO 380 CST as per ISO 8217:2010(E), RMG 380. ULSMGO distillate DMA as per ISO 8217 2010(E) - Max Sulphur content 0.1%. Same to be free of any - all waste automotive lubricants or waste chemicals.
Minimum FIA/100 20 ECN (IP541). However in case that charterers supply bunkers with a value below 20, owners have the right to use MDO in ships generators and also to use MDO during operation of M/E at low loads (such as starting, stopping, slow steaming and standing-by operating conditions). HFO and ULSMGO must be compatible for blending and bunkers purchased/supplied in different lots must be segregated - see also bunker quality clause
Hold No Location Grain Bale
Cargo Hold No1 Fr. 157-187 11.150 m3 11.053
Cargo Hold No2 Fr. 124-157 16.322 m3 15.996
Cargo Hold No3 Fr. 94-124 14.060 m3 13.754
Cargo Hold No4 Fr. 61-94 14.889 m3 14.621
Cargo Hold No5 Fr. 27-61 13.451 m3 13.374
TOTAL 69.872 m3 68.798 m3
Holds/Hatches: 5 Holds/5 Hatches, Hatch covers :NAKATA MAC 4 panels per hatch, end folding type, double skin, hydraulically operated. Hatch Size
No1 16.740m x 18.600m
No2 22.320m x 18.600m
No3 18.600m x 18.600m
No4 21.390m x 18.600m
No5 21.320m x 18.600m
Holds’ tank-top dimensions (about excluding lower stools, bulkhead corrugations etc., WOG):
Hold No 1 Length 26.90m, Width fwd bulkhead 8.60m, mid 17.00m, aft 22.00m Hold No 2 Length 31.00m, Width 22.00m Hold No 3 Length 28.00m, Width 22.00 m. Hold No 4 Length 30.00m, Width 22.00 m. Hold No 5 Length 30.40m, Width fwd bulkhead 22.00m, aft 8.60m
CARGO GEAR: 4 units electro/hydraulic deck cranes each 30 tones SWL,
Working radius at SWL 30mt at 26 m, Maximum clear outreach 9.9mtrs. Cranes capable of use in grab operation. When cranes on grab duty maximum gross lifting limited to 24 MT (total weight of grab and cargo). No more than 1 crane to be worked at a hatch.
Owners will not supply crane men from crew. Vessel's cranes designed and class approved to operate within the designated capacities/parameters (for further details refer to makers' instruction manual) only in a harbor or sheltered waters environment with no significant movement of the ship due to wave action, nor any relative movement between crane/grab
and cargo if loading/discharging into/from barges, transshipment or similar environmental conditions to be less than Beaufort force 2 , sea state 1. - Ambient temperature for cranes operation: -10degrees C to +40degrees C. GRABS
4 X electro hydraulic ,Capacity 12m3 or 6 m3 .
Maker/Type : SMAG/ MZGL 12000-4-B c, maximum cargo density 2.5 MT/m3
suitable to handle bulk cargoes with material grain size min 2mm-max 50mm)
When the vessel calls at port or terminal where required mooring ropes in addition and/or of different specification from what the vessel has onboard same to be supplied and/or hired at charterers cost/time. Tank capacities 100% 90% -HFO : about 1833.70m3 about 1650.30 m3 -MDO : about 177.10 m3 about 159.39 m3 -FW : about 348.00 m3 about 313.00 m3 Constants: about 450 mt excl. fresh water / unpumpables. Uniform Strengths : Homogeneous loading conditions Tank tops local strength: Holds No1: 24.5 MT/m2
No2 & No4: 15.5 MT/m2
No3: 26.9 MT/m2
No5: 22.8 MT/m2
Main deck : Cargo Hold No1: 2,43 MT/m2
Cargo Holds No2 to No.5: 3.40mt/m2 (excluding cross- decks)
Hatch Cover : No loads allowed
No cargo to be loaded/stowed on main deck and hatch covers.
Hot rolled steel coil loading in holds:
15 MT (Coil width & Dia 1.5m) x 1.5 Tiers with 3 rows Dunnage per Coil.
Space between Coils ends 300 mm. For all steel coil loading owners to be contacted well in advance for approval with regards to vessel's strength, cargo intake, and final stowage plan. No California (vertical) block stow for steel plates/slabs etc. Other fittings: - Natural ventilation - Cement/grain feeding holes per hold: 2 pcs (Diameter:750mm) - Aussie holds ladder fitted - Hold nbr 3 can be ballasted
- Engine room bulkhead A-60 insulation
Distance from water line to top of hatch coaming iwo Hatch No3 a) In Normal ballast condition (exclude No.3 CH) and HFO 1000mt, DO 50mt, FW 200mt : about 13.85 mtrs b) In Heavy Ballast condition (including No.3 CH) and HFO 1000mt, DO 50mt, FW200mt :about 11.55 mtrs